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Get Cybersmart

 These free cyberbullying lessons and activities offers schools the opportunity to begin a dialogue with students and build a sustained cyberbullying prevention campaign. A computer is not required in order to implement these lessons. Optional Web 2.0 activities have been
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 These free cyberbullying lessons and activities offers schools the opportunity to begin a dialogue with students and build a sustained cyberbullying prevention campaign. A computer is not required in order to implement these lessons. Optional Web 2.0 activities have been integrated within all lessons.

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